We noticed the above in the Kings Meadows shopping centre last Sunday. We tried to earn a roll but the butcher had run out of sausages!! Bloody Hoarders.Continue reading “Life in Self-Isolation”
My 2019 cycling challenge is/was to cover 6,000 kilometers in the year. By 30th June I was half way there. Then things happened!Continue reading “Reboot my 2019 Challenge”
The website Cycle365 is currently running a challenge to: Take a photo of a brick, and say something about it. Or compose an ode to it, or sing a song about it and include a video. Probably should include a bike in the photo as long as you’re at it.Continue reading “The Brick Challenge”
February continued pretty much as January with plenty of riding in the Norfolk Plains. Things were a little awkward as the main link road (Bishopsbourne Road) was undergoing renovations and the top surface was removed, deep dropaways at the edges created and rocks were added as road base. The rocks were difficult to cycle over so Bishopsbourne, Bracknell, Carrick etc were inaccessible unless the trike was carted over the roadworks in the car.Continue reading “February 2019 Wrap”
The patch for succeeding with the Coffeeneuring Challenge arrived during January. Organising the Challenge, checking the results and arranging for the patches to be designed, made and despatched is quite a job. Thanks Mary !!Continue reading “January 2019 Wrap”
This was not a great week for cycling as the weather played up with rain and wind and general coolness. Who would have thought summer officially starts in just over a week!Continue reading “Week #47. 2018. The end of Coffeeneuring”
The Cycle365 website hosts a variety of cycle related Challenges. So at the moment I am tackling my personal challenge of riding 5,200 kilometers by 31st December as well as Coffeeneuring and the November “Do something for your Community” challenge. Luckily they sort of slot together by completing multi-purpose rides!